Bayshore Home Health
51 years in business1512 Fort St
Victoria, BC V8S 5J2
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BBB File Opened: 20/07/2005
Business Started: 01/01/1966
Business Started Locally: 01/01/1982
Business Incorporated: 01/01/1966 in ON
Type of EntityCorporation
- Stuart Cottrell, Owner
- Principal: Stasia Hartley, Area Director
- Donna Bialek
- Ms. Dale Breese, Client Service Manager
- Home Health Services
- Transportation Services
- Child Care - In Home
- Home Health Services - Skilled
- House Cleaning
- Mental Health Services
- Physical Therapists
- Rehabilitation Services
- Alzheimer Care, Information & Treatment
- Shopping Service - Personal
- Health Care - Placement
- Health Care Management
- Occupational Health - Nursing Services
- Health Care - Staffing
- In-Home Care
- Caregivers Resources
- Elderly/Senior Specialty Services
- Senior Home Care
- Senior Care Information and Resources
- Meal Preparation Service
- Prescription Benefit Consultants
Products & ServicesBayshore Home Health has been dedicated to enhancing the quality of life, dignity and independence of Canadians in their homes since 1966. Their nursing, personal care, home support and companionship services are available privately as well as through government care programs, personal and group insurance plans and workplace safety insurance. They deliver care to more than 70,000 clients annually. Canadian owned and operated.
Service AreaServing all of South Island: Sidney, Sooke, Westshore, Victoria, Duncan, Nanaimo and all points in between.
Alternate Business Names
- Bayshore Health Care Ltd.
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